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PLAY WINZO CHESS ONLINE and Win Rewards

PLAY WINZO CHESS ONLINE and Win Rewards

Players: 2-4
Genres: Card Game
Playing time: 5 mins
Chess is a strategic board game played on a square board with abstract rules (known as chess board). The board features a total of 64 squares arranged in 8X8 grids, as well as 32 game pieces. A player controls sixteen pieces, including one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns, and can choose between two colour game pieces (white and black).
The main goal of the game is to 'check and mate' the king of the opponent. There should be no way for the monarch to flee here. If the king has a chance of escaping, the game will continue until you 'check and mate' the king.
Chess is a game where two players battle against each other on a board. It is frequently referred regarded as Western chess or international chess to distinguish it from related games such as xiangqi and shogi. Chaturanga, a similar but much older Indian game, evolved into the contemporary version of the game in the second half of the 15th century in Southern Europe. Chess is currently one of the most popular games in the world, with millions of players.
  • When you are paired with an opponent, the game begins.

  • When it's your turn, tap on a piece, then tap on an accessible tile to move.

  • To win the game, checkmate the opponent's king by blocking all of his viable movements.

  • If you run out of time, you lose the game.

  • You'll have three minutes to play the game with your opponent.

  • There are steps assigned to each piece in chess for example - a pawn can move 1 square, a queen can move unlimited squares.

How To Play Points

Rules for Playing Chess

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If no piece blocks his route, the King may advance one square in any direction.

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The Queen may move an unlimited number of squares in any direction, straight or diagonally.

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If no piece blocks his route, the King may advance one square in any direction.

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The Queen may move an unlimited number of squares in any direction, straight or diagonally.

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Any number of squares horizontally or vertically may be moved by a rook in a straight line.

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Pawns can’t go backwards, and they can’t capture or move past any piece in front of them.

Chess Game Tips and Tricks

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Cash Battle

Choose the cash battle intelligently based on your chess skills and expertise.

20-40-40 Rule

To manage your time and play at a consistent tempo, use the 20 40 40 chess rule.

Attack or Defend?

In a blitz game, attacking is a stronger approach than defending.

Opening Moves

Learn a variety of opening movements to give yourself a good start and make it harder for your opponents to counter.

Collateral Damage

Accepting a lot of pawn sacrifices in the opening is a bad idea, especially if you're playing black.

Be Sure of Your Move

Since pawns cannot move backward, think twice before moving them.

Interesting Facts about Chess

The Origin Story – Chess, the Great Indian Game

One Step Ahead

In 1280, Spain invented a new move that allowed the pawn to take two steps instead of one.

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Title Holder

Dr. Emanuel Lasker, a German, held the title for the longest time: 26 years and 337 days.

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First Chess Board

In 1090, the modern chess board as we know it first arrived in Europe.

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Mechanical Clock

Thomas Wilson invented the first mechanical clock that did not require sand glass in 1883. Veenhoff invented the contemporary push button clock around 1900.

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History of Chess

The origins of chess are a point of contention, and there is no clear consensus on its origins, let alone the history of chess from the beginning to the present. Some claim that chess and its board originated in Ancient Egypt or Dynastic China, but the most widely accepted origin is that it initially appeared in India about the 6th century, when it was known as Chaturanga.

It later made its way to Persia, where its name was changed to Xatranje, and it most likely had other regulations as well. It took around 500 years for Xatranje to come to resemble the chess we know today as it steadily moved over Europe. In the year 1475, the game was formalised with the current rules, and its name was changed to chess, but it took another few hundred years for Europe to play with the most contemporary pieces and rules.

Designing the Game of Chess

Since chaturanga times, the pieces' appearance has fluctuated between basic and elaborate. Before 600 CE, simple designs evolved into figurative sets representing animals, soldiers, and noblemen. However, because to the Islamic prohibition of depictions of living beings, Muslim sets from the 9th to 12th century were frequently nonrepresentational and fashioned of basic clay or carved stone. The reintroduction to simpler, symbolic shatranj pieces is thought to have boosted the game's popularity by making sets easier to put together and diverting focus away from the complicated pieces to the game itself.

Role of Women in Chess

With the advent of the queen in approximately 1500, chess began to separate the sexes. Chess evolved into a lot faster, more exciting game, and as a result, it became associated with a more male activity. In the nineteenth century, women were frequently prohibited from chess groups that formed in coffeehouses and pubs.

By the middle of the century, however, women players had distinguished themselves from men. In the Netherlands, the first women's chess clubs were established in 1847. The ABC of Chess, by 'A Lady' (H.I. Cooke), was the first chess book written by a woman, and it was published in England in 1860 and went through ten editions. The Sussex Chess Association sponsored the inaugural women's event in 1884.

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